There’s another quality arm on the market now. What does it mean for the Cubs?
Month: January 2014
Anthony Rizzo projects to be quite good, as does … Javier Baez?
Although he’s a smaller guy, Black can pump it up there with the best of ’em. Future reliever? Maybe not.
Up from the five-spot last year, behind the Astros, Twins, and Pirates.
Are the Cubs in a good position to add outfield signage? How much does the contract really matter?
The best ceiling in the minors? The best future player in the bigs? Is this all too much?
The Cubs are signaling an intention to proceed with the right field sign. So what happens now?
No one expects the Cubs to pursue Ervin Santana or Ubaldo Jimenez, but should they?
There will be 10 televised games this year, up from six last year.
The Cubs missed on Masahiro Tanaka, which could impact Samardzija in a number of ways.
There is a wealth of available talent coming from Cuba right now.
When it comes to attracting casual fans, location matters.
As in, the Cubs are projected to be the worst team in baseball in 2014.
It’s a consensus top seven at this point, and the Cubs fare very well overall.
You can take the bull out of the States, but you can’t take the, um, bull out of the bull.
The 26-year-old figures to be the starter at first base for AAA Iowa.
With a Cubs/rooftop impasse at hand, we get to have the conversation again.
The high school showcase game is a scout’s dream.
Almora is probably the biggest surprise, though, at this point, is it really that big of a surprise?